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were outpacing our 2008 daily totals, however, before hurricane sandy hit. so some of the residual impact of hurricane sandy had an impact on us. but to have 230 hours of early voting and 207 of those 230 were during business hours, we had four less weekends to vote this year. than we did in 2008. and working class people, how are you able to make it to the board of elections to vote between 8:00 and 5:00? we did not have our extended day work hours. but despite all of that, ohio delivered for the president just as i knew we would. >> all right. well, i know the election's over. you've been a great guest on this hour. let's make this more of an occurring process. great to have you on. >> thank you, sir. >>> there is no way that claire mccaskill can survive. you know what happened? you proved them wrong. >> i want you to know i will stand up for you and i ask you to work with me to move our state forward. >> -- the negative ads. it will once again strengthen. >> and despite the odds, you elected the first woman senator to the state of massachusetts. >> a big night winning moments of
deploying contractors this week to quickly repair homes damaged by hurricane sandy. bloomberg said that fema will foot most, if not all of the bill for the program. >>> meanwhile, protesters are taking to the streets in long island, where almost 200,000 are still without electricity. residents and lawmakers say they are fed up with what they say is a lack of action by the local utility to restore power there. >>> and 4.3 magnitude earthquake struck eastern kentucky today. it happened around noon near the town of whitesburg. this are reports that the quake itself was felt as far away as cincinnati and atlanta. at this point there have been no reports of damage or significant injuries. >>> turning back to politics now. the president is hosting congressional leaders this coming friday at the white house. the gel of that sit-down is to make some progress on efforts to steer america away from the so-called fiscal cliff. a $600 billion set of automatic tax hikes and spending cuts that if left unaddressed according to the congressional budget office will hurl the country back into recession. let's
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